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New Bulletin: Understanding the Fair Labor Standards Act
you know your rights under the Fair Labor Standards Act?
In our new Bulletin, we explain "comp time," "over
time," and what the FLSA can mean for you. Read
Special Feature: Emergency Action
you know that every employing office in Congress is required
to have an emergency action plan (EAP)? Read what every
employer and employee should know about EAPs. Read
The Office of Compliance advances safety,
health, and workplace rights in the U.S. Congress and
the Legislative Branch. Established as an independent
agency by the Congressional Accountability Act of 1995,
the Office educates employees and employing offices about
their rights and responsibilities under the Act, provides
an impartial dispute resolution process, and investigates
and remedies violations of the Act.